Spa Therapy in Greenville, TX

At Graham Family Dental & Spa, we believe that holistic healing is the key to promoting health and well-being. One of the ways we offer this kind of treatment is through spa therapy, which involves the use of various techniques and practices to promote relaxation, relieve stress, and enhance overall wellness.

Spa therapy is an ancient practice that has been used for centuries to promote physical and mental health. Today, it has become a popular treatment for people looking to improve their well-being and reduce the effects of stress and anxiety.

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Our team of experienced spa therapists is trained in a variety of techniques and approaches to spa therapy, ensuring that you receive the best possible care and treatment. Whether you’re looking to relieve muscle tension, improve your skin’s appearance, or simply unwind after a long day, our spa therapy services are the perfect solution.

We believe that a holistic approach to healing is essential to promoting optimal health and well-being. That’s why we offer a range of spa therapies that are designed to complement our dental services, helping you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile and a more relaxed, balanced state of being.

Our Spa Therapy Services

At our spa, we offer a wide range of treatments designed to meet your specific needs and preferences. From massage therapy and aromatherapy to laser pain therapy and botox, our spa therapies are designed to help you relax and rejuvenate. Here is a summary of the spa therapy services we offer in Greenville, TX:

 

Photo Facial Therapy

A photo facial, also known as Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy, is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses high-intensity pulses of visible light to improve the appearance of the skin. It’s designed to target certain skin conditions, including sun damage, brown spots, redness, rosacea, and broken capillaries. This treatment can also stimulate the production of collagen, which can help the skin to appear more youthful and supple.

The IPL photo facial works by directing a broad-spectrum light onto the skin. The light penetrates down to the second layer of the skin (dermis) without harming the top layer (epidermis). As the light is absorbed, it breaks up pigment or blood vessels that are causing the skin problem, which is then naturally removed by the body’s immune system. This helps to rejuvenate the skin and reduce the appearance of various skin irregularities.

Photofacials are most beneficial for individuals with sun-damaged skin, aging skin, or chronic rosacea. It’s an excellent solution for those looking to improve skin tone and texture, eliminate discolorations, reduce pore size, or minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. However, it’s important to note that not everyone is a suitable candidate for a photo facial. Individuals with darker skin tones, tanned skin, or certain skin conditions may be at risk for skin damage or discoloration due to the high intensity of light used. Therefore, it’s recommended that individuals interested in this treatment consult with a professional to discuss their suitability. Pregnant women and people taking certain medications like Accutane for acne should also avoid photo facials.

Laser Pain Therapy

Laser pain therapy, also known as Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or Cold Laser Therapy, is a non-invasive procedure used to reduce pain and inflammation and to enhance tissue repair. It’s an alternative to medication and surgery for a wide range of problems, such as chronic pain, acute pain, soft tissue injuries, nerve injury, and joint conditions.

In laser pain therapy, lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) of low intensity are used to alleviate pain or inflammation, promote wound healing, and soft tissue repair. The laser light interacts with tissues at the cellular level, leading to improved cellular function and health. The light photons, absorbed by the cells, are converted into energy that promotes cell growth, enhances cell regeneration, stimulates nerve function, reduces inflammation, and speeds up healing.

The key benefits of laser pain therapy include its non-invasive nature, the absence of side effects, and its effectiveness in reducing pain and inflammation. It’s often used to treat conditions like osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, back pain, neck pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome, among others. However, it’s worth mentioning that not everyone may experience the same level of pain relief, as the effectiveness can depend on the individual’s condition and overall health.

Although it’s a safe treatment for most, certain individuals, such as those with cancer, pregnant women, or people with certain skin conditions, should avoid laser pain therapy or consult with a healthcare professional before considering this treatment. Furthermore, while it can be an effective component of a comprehensive treatment plan, it shouldn’t replace traditional methods of care but rather complement them.

Laser Tooth Desensitizing

Laser tooth desensitizing is a dental procedure that uses lasers to treat tooth sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, is a common dental problem that involves discomfort or pain in teeth when encountering certain substances and temperatures. This typically occurs when the tooth’s dentin—the layer beneath the hard, outer enamel—becomes exposed due to receding gums or enamel wear.

Lasers used in dental procedures like desensitizing are quite different from the industrial lasers you might imagine. They are safe, low-intensity, and well-controlled. In the desensitization procedure, the laser is used to heat the tooth gently, causing the tubules in the dentin to constrict or collapse. This constriction or collapse helps block the transmission of sensation from the tooth surface to the nerve, thereby decreasing sensitivity. The treatment is often quick, painless, and can offer immediate relief from symptoms.

Laser tooth desensitizing can be an effective solution for individuals experiencing discomfort due to sensitive teeth, particularly when other methods of treatment, like sensitivity toothpaste or mouthwashes, have proven ineffective. However, it’s important to consult with our dentist in Greenville before undergoing any dental procedure, as the cause of tooth sensitivity can vary from person to person and may require a different form of treatment in certain cases. For example, if tooth sensitivity is due to a cavity or gum disease, other treatments may be necessary.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts, often in the form of essential oils, to promote health and well-being. It’s also known as essential oil therapy, and it works through the sense of smell and skin absorption. Aromatherapy is used for a variety of health-related purposes, such as pain management, mood enhancement, stress reduction, and improved sleep quality.

The essential oils used in aromatherapy are obtained from a wide variety of plants, such as lavender, eucalyptus, peppermint, and tea tree, each having specific qualities and health benefits. These oils can be diffused into the air, inhaled directly, applied topically, used during a massage, added to bathwater, or even used for household cleaning purposes.

The principle behind aromatherapy is that the inhalation or topical application of these essential oils can stimulate the function of the brain and promote whole-body healing. For example, certain oils like lavender and chamomile are known for their calming properties and are often used to promote relaxation and reduce stress. Others, like eucalyptus and peppermint, can help relieve congestion and aid in respiratory health.

Reflexology

Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears. It’s based on a theory that these body parts are connected to certain organs and body systems. Reflexologists believe that applying pressure to these parts can promote health in the corresponding organs through energetic pathways.

A reflexology session typically begins with the reflexologist conducting a brief health history, checking for any conditions that may contra-indicate reflexology treatment. The person receiving treatment will then remove their shoes and socks and sit comfortably in a reclining chair or lie on a massage table. The reflexologist applies pressure to specific areas of the feet, hands, or ears, working to detect deposits or imbalances.

The theory behind reflexology is that it helps to release stress and tension, which in turn helps to improve blood circulation, unblock nerve impulse pathways, and promote overall health by restoring natural balance. It is often used for stress-related conditions, including headaches, digestive disorders, and back pain. Some also use it as a complementary therapy during cancer treatment to control symptoms such as pain, nausea, and anxiety.

Therafin Warming Hand Mask

A warming hand mask is typically a self-heating treatment designed to moisturize and soothe dry, rough hands. The mask often comes in the form of disposable gloves filled with a rich serum or lotion that contains nourishing ingredients like shea butter, aloe vera, and various essential oils. When you put on the hand mask, the warmth helps to open up your pores, allowing your skin to absorb more of the beneficial ingredients. The heat also improves blood circulation, which can further enhance the health and appearance of your skin.

Lip Scrub & Mask

Lip masks and scrubs are skincare products specifically designed to care for the delicate skin on the lips. These products provide hydration, nourishment, and exfoliation to keep your lips soft, smooth, and plump.

A lip mask is typically a deeply hydrating and nourishing treatment packed with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, shea butter, vitamins, and various plant extracts. These ingredients work to moisturize and repair dry, chapped lips. Lip masks can come in the form of creams, gels, or sheet masks, and are generally left on the lips for a specific period of time – often overnight – to allow the beneficial ingredients to penetrate deeply into the skin.

On the other hand, a lip scrub is a type of exfoliant for your lips. It usually contains small particles such as sugar, salt, or finely ground nuts to gently remove dead skin cells from the surface of your lips. Exfoliating with a lip scrub can help to smooth out rough, dry patches and make your lips feel softer. It also helps to prepare your lips for further treatment with lip masks, lip balms, or lipstick, allowing these products to apply more evenly and effectively.

Botox

Botox works by blocking the nerve signals in the muscles where it is injected. When those nerve signals are interrupted, the affected muscle is temporarily paralyzed or frozen. Without the movement of these selected muscles in the face, certain wrinkles may be reduced, softened, or even removed.

Botox injections are most effective on wrinkles that haven’t quite been set and are often used to treat lines on the forehead, crow’s feet (lines around the eye), and frown lines. However, wrinkles caused by sun damage and gravity often do not respond to Botox treatments.

Beyond cosmetic applications, Botox is also used to treat various medical conditions, including migraines, certain eye muscle disorders, and excessive sweating. However, it’s not a permanent treatment. Its effects gradually fade over 3 to 12 months, depending on the individual and the condition being treated.

Spa Therapy Menu

Additional Services available for an additional fee

Photo Facial

Enjoy a warm, relaxing laser facial for muscle relaxation and help reduce fine lines and wrinkles

25

for 15 minutes

Laser Pain Therapy

Any aches or pains in your head and/or neck? Our state-of-the-art Lasers can treat those areas in little to no time at all!!!!

50

for 15 minutes

Laser Tooth Desensitizing

Why suffer from sensitive teeth when we can shine Laser Light on the tooth and reduce, EVEN ELIMINATE, the sensitivity for six months to 2 YEARS!

15

Per Tooth

Aromatherapy

Sometimes it’s called essential oil therapy. Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health

25

for 15 minutes

Hand, Foot, and or Scalp Reflexology

enjoy a relaxing 15-minute reflexology treatment on your hands, feet, or scalp. Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). Reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress.

50

for 15 minutes

Therafin Warming Hand Mask

this option is great for dry, achy hands. We will provide gloves that are filled with therapeutic lotion with gentle heat applied: free of Parabens, Benzophenone, Sulfate, Artificial dyes, Triclosan

50

Lip Scrub/Lip Mask

this is a great option for dry/chapped lips. We will use a coconut sugar scrub followed by a lip lotion and collagen mask: free of Parabens, Benzophenone, Sulfate, Artificial dyes, Triclosan

50

Laser Tongue Rejuvenation

this is a laser tongue treatment and is done to remove bacteria that will reduce bad breath. In addition to reducing bad breath, this is also a great option for plaque buildup on the tongue.

50

Botox

This treatment is not only for cosmetic uplift! It’s a great treatment for clenching and grinding. During this treatment, we inject Botox into the trigger points, causing TMJ issues. This treatment will also relieve the headaches/migraines associated with TMD.

375 – 2000

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